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Omer Onder plans to hold off on name change until early 2020.

Wayne and Susan Rader submit the $75,000 winning bid at an auction for the restaurant and bar.

The downtown business incubator is in expansion mode.

A mid-January launch is targeted at Brewery District Flats.

Meek Chiropractic expands beyond back pain with newly planned clinic.

Salt & Light Pilates opened in Chesterfield Village; on-demand delivery service GoPuff launched; and law firm Douglas, Haun & Heidemann relocated in Bolivar.

The shuttering of the downtown bookstore was announced a week ago.

Owner Katie Baker is moving from Redneck Nutz.

A celebration of life for Gary Blankenship is scheduled on Thursday.

Inner Circle targets a February opening in downtown Springfield.

The company enters a distribution deal with Heart of America.

The former Aunt Martha’s Pancake House was renovated into lifestyle goods marketplace and design studio House Counsel; Mochas and Meows LLC opened its doors; and the Greene County Operations Center opened.

BookMarx and Half Price Books of the Ozarks announce plans to shutter after Uriel’s Unusual Bookstore stopped doing business earlier this year.

The owners of Date Lady Inc. work on a venture called Cafe Dhibs.

Frank ‘n’ Steins exits Brewery District Flats after eight months.

The restaurant, which is made of recycled shipping containers, is expected to open by year’s end.

Quest Hunt Co. sets its sights on a 10th state for its hunting tournaments.

The Press Coffee and Juice Bar moved to Brentwood Center North; newest urgent care facility for CoxHealth opened; and The Bodysmith relocated.

Marijuana business owners have more financial matters to address than typical startups.

Greens is set to join Artistree Pottery in a building undergoing renovations.

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